Ariz. Girl, 17, Vanished on Last Day of School in 2001 — and Stepdad Was Just Arrested
"As county attorney, this is the work that matters," said Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel. "It is why I became a prosecutor. Seeking justice for victims of crime and their families will always be job one for this office. Being a voice for those who can no longer speak for themselves guides this office, every single day, as we seek to do the right thing for the right reasons."
According to The Arizona Republic, new information was developed in the case in 2008.
Investigators visited Michael Turney soon after, finding explosives inside his Phoenix residence. The paper reports authorities recovered 26 pipe bombs and three incendiary devices from the home, and alleged Turney was planning to blow up a union hall.
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He pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of unregistered destructive devices, and was sentenced in 2010 to serve a maximum of 10 years in federal prison. He was released in 2017.
The suspect's lawyer could not be reached for comment.
Turney is being held without bond, and has yet to go before a judge to plead to the single charge he faces.
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